Free Trial to the Journal of Special Operations Medicine until October 18, 2012.
Because human are more important than hardware, the Journal of Special Operations Medicine (JSOM) was established by the Command Surgeon’s Office of the Special Operations Command in 2000 as a tool to improve quality of care by promoting education amongst the Special Operations Forces (SOF) medical personnel that encompass all branches and all ranks. Since that time, the JSOM has become an integral part of SOF medicine and is the preeminent journal for SOF medical personnel. The JSOM provides current information that saves lives on the battlefield, whether it is urban or abroad. The articles relate real world information that medical personnel can implement in real time to provide expert care and treatment to our forces, as well as to many of the host nations military that are trained by or accompany our SOF personnel. Many HN civilians also benefit from the diffusion of medical knowledge that the JSOM imparts.
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